NATIONAL DRUG TAKE BACK DAY on SATURDAY OCTOBER 28TH, 2017 at the JACKSON GRAMMAR SCHOOL 9:00am -1:00pm
This vital program dedicates a specific date nationally to help facilitate the safe disposal of expired or unused medications in communities all across our nation. From a social and environmental standpoint, this program saves lives. Safely removing unused medications from homes is the best way to avoid misuse, accidental overdose and even burglaries should criminals suspect that you have pain medicine in your possession. Environmentally, studies have shown that flushing pills down the toilet, or putting them into landfills can poison our waterways.
On SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28TH from 9:00am -1:00pm, members of the Jackson Police Department will have a "DRIVE-THRU DRUG DROP OFF" site located in front of the JACKSON GRAMMAR SCHOOL. All you need to do is drive-in, drop off your expired or unused medications and off you go!
Car trouble? Out of gas? We'll even come by to pick up the medicine at your home if needed! Just call 383-9292 and let them know where you are in Jackson. We will take care of the rest!
please take a moment to check your medicine cabinet, collect unused or expired medications, and come by and see us at the Jackson Grammar School on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28TH. Lets work together to keep Jackson safe!
Chief Chris Perley
Jackson Police Department